|Last Trade:||Buy 1,408 at 2,348.442p|
|Day's Range||2,323.50p - 2,355.00p|
|52wk Range:||2,209.50p - 2,687.00p|
|Shares in Issue:||7,999m|
Recent Trades History Royal Dutch Shell A (RDSA)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|Buy*||1,408||2,348.442||Ordinary||18:45:04 - 20-Sep-19|
|17:37:22 - 20-Sep-19|
|17:37:22 - 20-Sep-19|
|17:35:03 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||581,608||2,343.50||Ordinary||17:45:17 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||1,467,979||2,343.734||Ordinary||17:47:00 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||734||2,351.159||Ordinary||17:46:08 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||8,247||2,349.436||Ordinary||17:44:35 - 20-Sep-19|
|Sell*||977||2,334.135||Ordinary||17:42:40 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||29||2,347.354||Ordinary||17:40:26 - 20-Sep-19|
Share Price History for Royal Dutch Shell A
|18th Sep 2019 (Wed)||2,326.50||2,354.50||2,320.50||2,342.00|
|17th Sep 2019 (Tue)||2,338.50||2,373.00||2,310.50||2,337.50|
|16th Sep 2019 (Mon)||2,356.00||2,362.00||2,331.00||2,343.75|
|13th Sep 2019 (Fri)||2,284.00||2,305.50||2,282.00||2,291.25|
|12th Sep 2019 (Thu)||2,295.00||2,304.00||2,269.50||2,285.75|
|11th Sep 2019 (Wed)||2,313.00||2,329.00||2,305.50||2,306.00|
|10th Sep 2019 (Tue)||2,277.50||2,331.50||2,275.50||2,329.25|
|9th Sep 2019 (Mon)||2,279.00||2,298.50||2,261.00||2,275.50|
|6th Sep 2019 (Fri)||2,273.00||2,286.50||2,246.00||2,257.00|
|5th Sep 2019 (Thu)||2,293.00||2,305.50||2,274.00||2,284.75|
|4th Sep 2019 (Wed)||2,284.00||2,300.50||2,269.00||2,294.75|
|3rd Sep 2019 (Tue)||2,301.50||2,308.50||2,266.00||2,279.75|
|2nd Sep 2019 (Mon)||2,281.50||2,307.50||2,281.00||2,300.50|
|30th Aug 2019 (Fri)||2,294.50||2,298.50||2,269.00||2,301.50|
|29th Aug 2019 (Thu)||2,280.00||2,314.00||2,274.50||2,284.00|
|28th Aug 2019 (Wed)||2,253.00||2,286.00||2,243.00||2,284.00|
|27th Aug 2019 (Tue)||2,260.50||2,278.50||2,246.50||2,246.50|
|26th Aug 2019 (Mon)||0||0.00||0.00||2,271.75|
|23rd Aug 2019 (Fri)||2,296.50||2,298.00||2,263.00||2,283.50|
|22nd Aug 2019 (Thu)||2,313.50||2,315.50||2,276.00||2,283.50|
|21st Aug 2019 (Wed)||2,301.50||2,331.00||2,300.50||2,318.00|
Royal Dutch Shell is a member of the six 'Supermajors.' This means that it belongs to a group of six companies which dominate the global market in the private sector where oil exploration, natural gas and petroleum product marketing companies are concerned.
The company began in 1907 when the Royal Dutch Petroleum Company and The Shell Trading and Transport Company merged. The Dutch company and UK company continued to trade under separate structures, based in Holland and the UK, which was successful for a long time. It enabled them to compete within a larger playing field and secure a position in the global market. In 2004, however, the company moved to a single capital structure when it was revealed that Shell had overstated its oil reserves damaging confidence in this company.
Since 2004 the company has made a successful recovery and currently operates in 140 countries. Its main products and services include oils and shops. However, Shell also has a renewable energy sector concerned with the development of solar, wind and hydrogen power as well as ShellChemicals. Recently the company have branched out into the card business and offer both a credit and Shell fuel card. The Shell fuel card is beneficial and popular with relevant businesses and those who need it for personal use. In 2007 Shell also acquired a majority stake in some gas fields owned by Regal Petroleum demonstrating the company is still growing.
It sells both A and Royal Dutch Shell B shares because of the move to a single capital structure. The Class A shares are slightly higher in price and are derived from the Dutch part of the company.
Shell- a company fully fuelled for the future.
News - Tuesday, April 06, 2010
London markets reacted today to positive news from the US as new data from the world's largest economy, released over Easter weekend, pointed towards an emerging recovery. Recovery hopes sent oil prices climbing to nearly $87, the highest since October 2008. The higher oil price boosted UK commodity stocks whilst UK banks were also in favour....
News - Tuesday, March 23, 2010
The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published on Tuesday morning revealed that inflation in the UK fell to 3% in February from 3.5%, a 14-month high, in January. This was welcome news for Governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, who had earlier warned that economic activity would be lower after the credit crunch than before, despite future growth; the Bank of England's target for inflation is 2%....